For millennia the Sharavana mantra has been chanted to attract good luck. Nalani's “Sharavana Mantra” frames this ancient Sanskrit affirmation with sensual pop vocals and global beats.
Sharavana Mantra has three vocal lines: The "mantra line" which is chanted 108 times & is what the chanter would chant along with, the "runic bass-line" which enhances the main mantra's energy, and soaring above them, an evocative pop vocal melody loosely based on the mantra.
Sharavana Mantra has been energetically enhanced with “seed" mantras: “shrim” to attract abundance, and “klim” to strengthen one’s ability to attract what one desires.
To further enhance its transformational power, I tapped into the spirituality of the ancient Germanic tribes with a bass-line chant of runes:
1. “Tiwaz” for strength, protection & victory;
2. “Wunjo” for happiness and success;
3. “Fehu” for prosperity & increased power; and
4. “Gebo” for harmony, partnership, and romance.
The power of these runes is intended to seep into the subconscious to support & facilitate the transformational power of the main mantra.
Both the Sharavana Mantra & Prelude have been designed to facilitate chanting: The chanter can use Mantra to chant with & follow, much as one uses prayer beads. It's companion, the Prelude helps the listener become comfortable with the mantra so they can chant.
Thus the “Sharavana Mantra” functions as a magnet for good luck, a meditation guide, and as sensual ambient music.